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gamegfx

Royalty-free 2D graphics

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Hi game devs,

 

I produce 2d graphics and sell it on microstocks. If you need 2d assets for really small money you can check my folio here or my facebook page here.

 

Thanks!

 

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Says you do the icons in vector, is that true?

 

Also, are you able to do like...fantasy-type icons....I'll show you a link, it'll be easier

 

https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/en/#!/content/12664

 

Sort of in that style (well, not like it, but that's the idea of it)

 

yeap, 100% editable vector(eps 10)

 

thanks for idea about icons:) could you specify exactly what icons do you need? like shield, hand, sword?

 

I have such set for example:

stock-vector-flat-medieval-icons-1930945

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Stockphoto's are not free ;) You need to buy the pictures before use!

 

Yeap, that's why name of the topic royalty-free, not free graphics;)

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You can offer services and products in this website???

 

Without being the official last word on the topic, I believe the policy is that promotion of this kind is permitted as long as it stays in the appropriate sub-forums, like "Your Announcements" as this one is. However, spamming, promoting things that aren't related to game-dev, shilling out your affiliate links, and other such nuisancery isn't tolerated in any forum.

 

When in doubt, ask a moderator.

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